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Stories from Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Arson suspected in barn fire (04/19/05)
At 3:24 a.m. this morning, firefighters were dispatched to a barn fire at the Joe Sanders' residence at 2718 W. C.R. 1100 N. A metal pole barn, full with vehicles, was fully engulfed, threatening a second barn. Aggressive attempts at fire suppression were hindered due to stored compressed gas cylinders exploding inside the barn...
Cato robbery may be solved (04/19/05)
The Jan. 20 robbery of the Brazil Cato store has apparently been solved. Brazil Police have learned that Robert W. Poppe, a man arrested in Floyd County on Thursday, confessed to robbing the Brazil Cato store, and he implicated two other men, Matthew D. Shaw and Charles E. Poppe, both of Jeffersonville, Ind...
Dow drop should not concern investors, Toni Carter says (04/19/05)
A nearly 200 point drop in the Dow Jones Friday shouldn't concern inves-tors. "The economy is very cyclical," Edward Jones Investment Representative Toni Carter said Monday at her Brazil office. "It's always fluctuating," she said. "For Gasoline, Little is Certain But High Prices," "Interest Rate Fears Weigh Down Stocks," "U.S. ...
Rotarians remember Schiele (04/19/05)
Brazil Rotarians are eagerly looking forward to April 28, the date they will celebrate the parent organization's 100th anniversary with Rotary International Vice President John Germ. Germ will become President of Rotary International in two years. At 11 a.m., Rotarians will gather at the Clay City Welcome Center on S.R. 59 to unveil a monument honoring Sylvester Schiele, Rotary International's first president, who was born south of Clay City, on what is now S.R. 59...
2nd-ranked Patriots down NV tennis (04/19/05)
Northview's Kristy Backfish returns a shot during Monday's match with Terre Haute North. The Northview tennis team squared off with the state's 2nd-ranked squad on Monday night, coming out on the short end of a 5-0 loss to Terre Haute North. The No. 2 doubles team of Laura McCrea and Ramey Hayes went to three sets with Amber Carney and Alex Harrold before dropping a 6-4, 1-6, 2-6 decision...
Northview bats awaken with a roar (04/19/05)
Northview's Kayla Glassburn slides home with the Knights sixth run of the game on the way to a 12-0 victory. Glassburn had three hits and a pair of RBIs in the win. Northview finally showed off what they are capable of when their bats get hot. Unfortunately for visiting South Vermillion, they had the misfortune of being the Knights' opponent on Monday night...
Knights remain unbeaten with golf wins at Forest Park (04/19/05)
Josh Conway (left) and Devin Whittington kill some time before teeing off Monday. The Northview golf team cruised to a tri-meet victory at Forest Park Golf Course on Monday night to remain unbeaten in the dual meet season. The Knights posted a team score of 147 to defeat Cloverdale who shot a 172 and Shakamak scored a 205...
JESSIE BAYSINGER (04/19/05)
Jessie Elizabeth Baysinger, 74 of Brazil, died at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, April 16, 2005, at her residence in Brazil. Born Oct. 1, 1930, in Clay County, she was the daughter of James B. and Gladys Robison Sanders. She graduated from Brazil High School in 1948. She married Bert L. Baysinger Jr. on Dec. 17, 1950, at Bee Ridge Church in Brazil...
THELMA MAXINE THOMAS (04/19/05)
Thelma Maxine Thomas, 82, of Brazil died at 1:03 p.m. Sunday, April 17, 2005, in the emergency room of St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil. Born Dec. 13, 1922, in Clay County, she was the daughter of Clarence and Artie Mitchel Thomas. She graduated from Van Buren High School. Following high school, she married James M. Thomas on May 31, 1941, in Knightsville...